Our final Cabin Fever Author Talk will feature three wonderful children's authors! Help us welcome Eliza Wheeler, Margi Preus and Amie Bissonette. We'll hear about their newest books and where they find their inspiration for writing children's stories.
This stunningly beautiful picture book from New York Times bestselling author-illustrator Eliza Wheeler is based on her grandmother's childhood and pays homage to a family's fortitude as they discover the meaning of home.
Hallie Morse Daggett loved spending time outdoors, hiking among the tall trees of the forests in California's Siskiyou Mountains. She wasn't afraid of the bears, coyotes, and wildcats. But Hallie was afraid of fire and understood the threat it posed to the forests, wildlife, and people.
A red squirrel stows away on a canoe to fulfill his dream of joining a group of voyageurs--men who paddle canoes filled with goods to a trading post thousands of miles away.
A Finalist for the Minnesota Book Award